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Introducing a supervised alternative to forced‐choice personality scoring: A test of validity and resistance to faking

September 20, 2021 Abstract This paper examines a new personality assessment scoring approach labeled supervised forced choice scoring (SFCS), which aims to maximize construct validity of forced choice (FC) personality assessments. SFCS maximally weights FC responses...

Positive work reflection during the evening and next‐day work engagement: Testing mediating mechanisms and cyclical processes

July 1, 2021 Studies have shown that positive work reflection during evening leisure time is related to short-term affective benefits at bedtime and in the next morning. This study examines whether the favourable outcomes of positive work reflection persist into the...

Expanding conceptual understanding of interview anxiety and performance: Integrating cognitive, behavioral, and physiological features

June 11, 2021 Abstract Interview anxiety is common among interviewees and has the potential to undermine an applicant’s interview performance. Nevertheless, there is much that we do not understand about the role of anxiety in job interviews. In this paper, we...

Predictors of faking behavior on personality inventories in selection: Do indicators of the ability and motivation to fake predict faking?

May 28, 2021 Abstract This study investigated whether faking behavior on a personality inventory can be predicted by two indicators of the ability to fake (cognitive ability and the ability to identify criteria; ATIC) and two indicators of the motivation to fake...